A new understanding of network security based on software defined perimeters could fundamentally alter the cloud security narrative and present an opportunity for federal agencies to make the most of cloud computing.
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By shifting from a device-centric to a user-centric model of communications, government organizations can better meet user needs and increase overall productivity.
As cyber threats become more prevalent and sophisticated, agencies face immense pressure to improve cyber defenses. But what is the current state of federal cybersecurity, and what cyber defense elements need the most improvement?
Despite continued, widespread concern for federal cybersecurity, the current state of agency cyber defenses has been difficult to ascertain. New primary research provides greater insight and underscores the importance of personnel management and awareness.
Technological, cultural, and budgetary hurdles are straining the goal of a digital and mobile federal workforce. What is your agency doing to meet the challenge?
To help achieve its ambitious audit readiness goals, the Pentagon can enhance awareness of mission critical assets through M2M.
Real-time data and analytics can empower agencies to act quickly and more effectively to achieve their missions -- from infrastructure protection, to environmental conservation, to disaster relief.
Better data on employee competencies can assist federal managers with workforce planning, but few agencies have established formalized processes to link this information with strategic decision-making.
Information on equipment, facilities, utilities, vehicles, and other assets has never been more important for agency mission execution, but collection continues to pose a challenge. To make information collection more efficient and effective, federal agencies can take advantage of existing communication technologies.
A recent wave of Big Data initiatives has agencies focused on how they can best leverage data to improve performance.